- The brothers Gulotta, seen here, have been hard at work and attempting to complete renovations by mid December.
- Garage doors will open up onto the back area, which will include a deck and 6x5' pit for roasting whole hogs, goats, and lamb (all sourced locally, of course).
- The restaurant will feature salvaged wood from an old cotton mill in Central Louisiana, including the bar which will serve boozy bubble tea.
- Gulotta and team have added more windows to the building to brighten up the space
Check out the hot new signage at MOPHO on City Park Avenue. Michael Gulotta and his partners at the upcoming Southeast Asian dining hotspot including brother Jeff Gulotta and Jeffrey Bybee have been hard at work renovating the space, and Eater has some pictures of the renovations currently underway (after the jump). With an opening planned for late December, there's still a lot of work to be done, but one look at the following pics and you can already tell what a snazzy revamp awaits the once rather-fugly building. Meanwhile, MOPHO now has a Facebook page with lots of fresh and tempting food porn, and a website (sorry, no menu leaks yet, but Gulotta has promised an emphasis on sourcing locally), and they're hiring via craigslist.
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